The controversial "Green Book" took home the top prize for Best Picture.
First indigenous woman to be nominated for Best Actress Oscar declares pride in her heritage in face of hateful comments.
Last month, Jorge Antonio Guerrero Martínez said that he had been denied a visa three times to travel to the U.S. from Mexico for the movie's events and awards.
“If I do something wrong, they might think we are all that way. So I have to take good care of that image, our image,” the actress said.
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Jorge Antonio Guerrero, who plays Fermín in the film, is likely to miss out the Academy Awards.
The Mexican actress has made waves for her role in Alfonso Cuarón’s movie “Roma.”
Alfonso Cuarón's semi-autobiographical film is Netflix's first Best Picture nominee.